Optoma updated its low-priced 1080p projector to make it even smaller

Optoma released its HD26 projector two years ago. Reviewers liked it at the time, especially considering its low price tag of $ 599. The HD26 did have some issues, though, like showing rainbow artifacts. But generally, it could produce a decent image under the right conditions and with the right adjustments. Now, Optoma is updating the HD26 with the release of its HD27. This time, the projector’s a bit smaller; Optoma shaved off nearly an inch from its height. The HD26’s dimensions were 12.4 x 8.8 x 4.0 inches, and the HD27 is 11.73 x 3.7 x 9.0 inches. The new device also has a wider projection screen size at 27.88 to 305.3 inches and comes with a brighter 195-watt lamp. That lamp can last up to 8,000 hours. The contrast ratio, which some…

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